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Notes on the earliest editions of Eugenius of Toledo: some manuscripts that never existed

digital Notes on the earliest editions of Eugenius of Toledo: some manuscripts that never existed
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rivista AEVUM
fascicolo AEVUM - 2006 - 3
titolo Notes on the earliest editions of Eugenius of Toledo: some manuscripts that never existed
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editore Vita e Pensiero
formato Articolo | Pdf
online da 2006
issn 0001-9593 (stampa) | 1827-787X (digitale)
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In the history of the edition of Eugenius of Toledo’s works, we have allusions to ‘lost’ manuscripts, which, as often happens, never existed. In the editio princeps, we can see that no independent, and lost, manuscript is the source of Jacques Sirmond for editing poem 26, peculiarly added at the end of the carmina; therefore, its variants, which have been used by later editors, are worthless. The edition of the 16th-century Spanish scholar Ruiz Miguel de Azagra has never been printed, but a copy of a draft version corresponding uniquely to Eugenius’ Dracontiana has been identified. It is difficult to prove that any lost manuscript is involved in Azagra’s editorial work; and in spite of the references by later authors to his work on the carmina, we still lack evidence that it ever existed.

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